Discovering Individual Differences
Shows how a fifth grade teacher systematically studies the differences in background, abilities and needs of the children in her room. In this process she uses the following techniques--observation, accumulative records, behavior journals, discussion with other teachers, parent interviews and staff conferences.
Producer McGraw-HillAudio/Visual sound, b&w
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September 3, 2015
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Good film about one teacher's way of finding out what makes her students tick. She seeks out these answers via personality tests, other teachers and other parents. She sounds like a sound level-headed teacher who cares about her students. Any student nowadays would be lucky to have her.